Education & Social Protection

Civil society call on investors to cease support to Bridge International Academies – August 2017

In May 2015, 116 CSOs published a statement raising the concerns about the costs, impact and quality of Bridge International Academies (BIA) and responding to misleading information about its approach….

The New Education Curriculum (2-6-6-3 system)

The Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development has developed a new curriculum to replace the 8-4-4 system that has been in existence since 1985. The system has been widely criticized for being heavily loaded in terms of content and too exam oriented..

State of Social Protection in Kenya

The issue of poverty has plagued generations in Africa and around the world, thereby constituting the principle basis for socio-economic development discourse and more so for the investment in social protection. Although the premise of social protection is social security, it was recognized that to address poverty in its entirety a multi faceted approach had to be embraced…

The Right to Free & Compulsory Basic Education

Kenya’s Support to Privatization in Education & its Impact on Discrimination & Segregation

Ignorance was identified at the time of Independence as one of the critical challenges facing the nation of Kenya, alongside poverty and disease. Since them successive governments have made deliberate efforts to encourage participation of the private sector in providing education as a means to achieving literacy levels in the country.